Lot of sociologist think that the career of a person based on his entourage, his parents, his social class...etc. In Sarah's speech, she tried to send a clear message from her own life to not stop just on what the others think you can be or you can do. From a simple medical student to a famous actress, facing all the several problems that she had on her path because she was passionate and she want to achieve her dream. Sarah is a Moroccan-Portugal actress, known for many movies as Sofia and BurnOut. she has lived in many countries and has discovered others through the multiple road trips she has made. Sarah attended primary and secondary school in Morocco after moving to Spain and then France, where she graduated high school. She went to a medical school but after a few months decided to drop out to join the prestigious theater classes "Cours Florent" in Paris. For one year, she performed with her theater group in the "Ile-de-France" region. Destiny made it's move and the first main role for Sarah was in the movie " BurnOut " as a young doctor with the moroccan director "Nour-Eddine Lakhmari". This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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